nav search
Data Center Software Security DevOps Business Personal Tech Science Emergent Tech Bootnotes

Forums → Emergent Tech

Rise of the Machines

IBM's Watson Health wing left looking poorly after 'massive' layoffs

11 posts, Latest by sad_loser at 26 May 2018

Remember that $5,000 you spent on Tesla's Autopilot and then sued when it didn't deliver? We have good news...

11 posts, Latest by Dr_N at 26 May 2018

International Maritime Organisation turns salty gaze on regulating robotic shipping

17 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 26 May 2018

Tufts boffins track device location without GPS or towers

14 posts, Latest by onefang at 26 May 2018

Uber robo-ride's deadly crash: Self-driving car had emergency braking switched off by design

100 posts, Latest by tip pc at 26 May 2018

As Tesla hits speed bump after speed bump, Elon Musk loses his mind in anti-media rant

121 posts, Latest by Jamie Jones at 26 May 2018

You know that silly fear about Alexa recording everything and leaking it online? It just happened

199 posts, Latest by ILoveGadgets at 26 May 2018

AI and robotics legend Joanna Bryson to kick off MCubed

3 posts, Latest by packrat at 25 May 2018

UK's Royal Navy accepts missile-blasting missile as Gulf clouds gather

119 posts, Latest by Archtech at 26 May 2018

Hold on. Here's an idea. Let's force AI bots to identify themselves as automatons, says Cali

38 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 25 May 2018

Uber jams Arizona robo-car project into reverse gear after deadly smash

55 posts, Latest by Alan Brown at 26 May 2018

Intel's latest promise: Our first AI ASIC chips will arrive in 2019

5 posts, Latest by Ken Hagan at 24 May 2018

Machine learning for dummies: You needn't go back to uni to use it

22 posts, Latest by waanabegeek at 25 May 2018

Can you handle the tooth? AI helps dentists design fake gnashers

4 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 23 May 2018

Folks are shocked – shocked – that CIA-backed Amazon is selling face-recog tech to US snoops, cops

18 posts, Latest by GruntyMcPugh at 24 May 2018

Braking news: Tesla preps firmware fling to 'fix' Model 3's inability to stop in time

81 posts, Latest by Swarthy at 24 May 2018

Within Arm's reach: Chip brains that'll make your 'smart' TV a bit smarter

54 posts, Latest by Data source #58479374 at 23 May 2018

Military brainboxes ponder 'UK needs you' list of AI boffins

34 posts, Latest by amanfromMars 1 at 23 May 2018

Your parents love you, Cortana. That's why we bought you an upgrade

30 posts, Latest by Paul 129 at 23 May 2018

How Google's Smart Compose for Gmail works – and did it fake its robo-caller demo?

15 posts, Latest by SonofRojBlake at 22 May 2018

Eye in the sea skies: Insitu flies Scaneagle 3 UAV in first public demo

13 posts, Latest by Screwed at 21 May 2018

Boffins bash out bonkers boost for batteries

61 posts, Latest by Baynes at 24 May 2018

Great Scott! Bitcoin to consume half a per cent of the world's electricity by end of year

77 posts, Latest by sawatts at 23 May 2018

Map app chaps Waze add shout-at-sat-nav support for Ford cars

13 posts, Latest by Swarthy at 18 May 2018

Three-hour outage renders Nest-equipped smart homes very dumb

104 posts, Latest by MonkeyCee at 19 May 2018

Tesla forums awash with spam as mods take an unscheduled holiday

19 posts, Latest by JeffyPoooh at 17 May 2018

Open architecture, NATO or civilian, it all works for drone bods Insitu

1 posts, Latest by Martin Gregorie at 16 May 2018

People like convenience more than privacy – so no, blockchain will not 'decentralise the web'

41 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at 19 May 2018

Boffins build smallest drone to fly itself with AI

48 posts, Latest by diodesign at 18 May 2018

Intel confab roundup: Beer and earthquakes, flying cars and IPOs

1 posts, Latest by cuvtixo at 20 May 2018

Oculus Go: Capable kit, if the warnings don't put you off

26 posts, Latest by Loyal Commenter at 16 May 2018

Boffins build a 2D 'quantum walk' that's not a computer, but could still blow them away

28 posts, Latest by Michael Wojcik at 18 May 2018

Boffins urge Google to drop military deal after Googlers storm out over AI-based super-drones

43 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 19 May 2018

Latest from the coming AI robot apocalypse: we're going to be fine

20 posts, Latest by I.Geller at 16 May 2018

Robo-callers, robo-cops, robo-runners, robo-car crashes, and more

24 posts, Latest by John Robson at 14 May 2018

Southend Airport tests drone detection system

20 posts, Latest by Psyphr Guy at 14 May 2018

Don't try and beat AI, merge with it says chess champ Garry Kasparov

19 posts, Latest by BananaPeal at 14 May 2018

Mobileye's autonomous cars are heading to California. But they're not going to kill anyone. At least not on purpose

29 posts, Latest by Brangdon at 15 May 2018

Top IoT M2M module shipper for 2017 was China's Simcom. Who's surprised?

3 posts, Latest by iotrocks at 11 May 2018

Artificial intelligence is good for at least one thing – making hardware important again

12 posts, Latest by I.Geller at 12 May 2018

DeepMind: Get a load of our rat-like AI. 'Ere, look. It solves mazes and stuff

11 posts, Latest by The Nazz at 10 May 2018

So when can you get in the first self-driving car? GM says 2019. Mobileye says 2021. Waymo says 2018 – yes, this year

85 posts, Latest by GruntyMcPugh at 15 May 2018 expects auto auto software updates won't involve users

48 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 14 May 2018

Waymo robo-taxis to accept fares in Arizona in 2018

20 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 10 May 2018

Meet TPU 3.0: Google teases world with latest math coprocessor for AI

18 posts, Latest by TheNotSoEvilEngineer at 10 May 2018

Google's socially awkward geeks craft socially awkward AI bot that calls people for you

56 posts, Latest by John Smith 19 at 20 May 2018

UK's Royal Navy buys £13m mine-blasting robot boat

54 posts, Latest by Robert Helpmann?? at 10 May 2018

Is your gadget using secondhand memory? Predictable senility allows boffins to spot recycled NAND chips

22 posts, Latest by sbd at 12 May 2018

Waymo van prang, self-driving cars still suck, AI research jobs, and more

83 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at 10 May 2018

Congratulations, we all survived Star Wars day! Now for some security headaches

9 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at 7 May 2018


The Register - Independent news and views for the tech community. Part of Situation Publishing